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Is it a problem that cars keep getting better?

Forced induction and quattro are a given.

Look for the full reveal in the next few months.

A soap-box derby and income equality are the themes of this Audi ad.

Clearly, there's benefits for both options.

Defenders of the clutch pedal, rejoice!

But you can't buy one until spring.

The new A5 lineup is filling out with a pair of soft tops.

In today's competitive environment, evolution favors the turbocharger.

The 2017 Audi S5 doesn't look much different than its predecessor but evolves to suit the market. That means turbos, and no manual.

New S5 matches original model's output, but stats on the A5 haven't been published yet.

Audi has redesigned its A5 and S5 Coupe, matching – or in one case – exceeding the improvements made to its counterpart, the four-door A4.

It will be shown during a 3D light show at Audi Forum Ingolstadt.

Given how attractive the new A4 sedan is, we're expecting a lot from the new A5 coupe.

Cars have reverse gears for backing into and out of parking spots. Not for driving down long and winding roads in heavy traffic. The driver of this Audi, however, begs to differ.

The next-gen Audi S5 has now been spied testing just days after the future A5 was caught. The high-performance coupe is wearing a lot of camouflage, but gets upgrades like dual exhausts coming from at each corner at the rear.

A problem with leaky fuel injection systems has prompted the NHTSA to issue recall notices for the VW Touareg, Porsche hybrids and a smattering of Audis.

Despite his win at the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend, Sebastian Vettel still has another race or two to go before he can claim his fourth consecutive World Championship in Formula 1. Back in Europe, however, this weekend saw several championship titles decided in a variety of tin-top racing series.

If you want an Audi RS5 Cabriolet, get ready to pony up $77,900 for the new 2013 model. The convertible boasts a 4.2-liter V8 engine with 450 horsepower on tap as well as 317 pound-feet of torque. Mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and quattro all wheel drive, Audi says the machine can blink to 60 miles per hour in a scant 4.9 seconds. Top speed clicks out at 174 mph.

It's hard to believe, but 2013 marks the sixth model year for the Audi S5 (it launched as a 2008 model). I've loved this coupe since the day it debuted, but if I'm honest, the thing that really made the S5 special at launch was its awesome 4.2-liter naturally aspirated V8. You know, the one from the old RS4. And the R8.

Lots of Audi diesels on the way, GM says 500,000 electric cars per year soon, Ford fiesta EcoBoost 1.0, NTSB wants more safety tech

We would never kick a 450-horsepower convertible out of bed, especially one as pretty as the 2013 Audi RS5 Cabriolet. We'll admit, the chrome wheels aren't really doing it for us – we much prefer the standard alloys – but nevertheless, there's a lot to like about this topless Audi.

The first Audi entrant in the Hill Climb was in 1984, with Michele Mouton piloting an Audi Sport Quattro. Mouton won the even in 1985, and was unseated by Bobby Unser in 1986 in an Audi Sport Quattro S1. The S1 featured a turbocharged five-cylinder making 600 horsepower

The highly anticipated Audi RS5 is finally on sale in the United States, and Audi has revealed that the high-performance sport coupe will be priced from $68,900, (*)not including $895 for destination.

A month after paperwork for the RS5 Cabriolet was delivered into the California Air Resources Board for certification, the genuine item is being driven around the Nürburgring for a different kind of sign-off. The folks at CarPix caught the 450-horsepower Audi droptop at the German landmark.

Dodge Dart, Chrysler Q1 sales, FR-S and BRZ versus MX-5, 2013 Nissan Altima's Hyundai Sonata influence

Tweaked RS5 On Ice Is More Thirst Quenching Than Before

Facebook has rapidly emerged as one of the most visited websites on the internet. So it only makes sense that automakers would launch their new cars there, right?

Here's a bit of curiosity. GT Spirit is reporting that Audi has pulled the manual gearbox option for both the S4 and the S5 in Europe. The news comes courtesy of Fourtitude, who spoke with Barry Hoch, the product planning manager for Audi of America. Hoch said that while the sportier Audi models will lose their third pedal in the EU, American buyers will still be able to row their own gears.

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